Whitsundays Visitor Information Centres

The Whitsunday Islands encompass some of the most beautiful natural habitats and alluring scenery in Australia. They are surrounded by the stunning azure waters of the Coral Sea, bordered by vibrantly coloured coral networks, circled by other elusive islands and located within close proximity to the golden mainland of Airlie Beach. With so many holiday options, visitor information centres are considered the best place to organise a Whitsunday Island trip from.

Although there are no specific information centres on any of the Whitsunday Islands currently, there are establishments on the mainland. The Airlie Beach Tourist Information Centre can be found on Shute Harbour road and the Whitsunday Visitors & Convention Bureau is on The Esplanade. Visitors may also like to visit the Bowen Visitor Information Centre or the Whitsunday Visitor Bureau Information Centre at the BP service station on the Bruce Highway.

Visitor information centres are ideal for accommodation, island activity, itinerary and destinational information, as well as tour bookings, event listings, comprehensive local maps and transportation timetables. Staff knowledge and suggestions can also prove to be a valuable asset when it come to planning a visit to the Whitsunday Islands.

If flying straight to Hamilton Island, Whitsunday Island guests that don’t visit the mainland should not despair. Helpful information can be obtained from any island resort booking desk and local store owners are sure to happily share a few island secrets. So, there is no better place to obtain Whitsunday Island information, than at a visitor’s information centre or resort booking desk.

Originally posted 2010-12-13 05:19:58. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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The Whitsunday Islands are an exquisitely arranged assortment of 74 major islands located just off the Airlie Beach coastline, in Queensland. Renown for their stunning natural beauty and close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands invite travelling families, groups of friends, individuals and couples to enjoy a piece of paradise.